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14.43 3 Sep 2019


Dublin airport takes in 31.5 million passengers each year, with flights to 200 destinations across 4 different continents.

And they’re looking to expand these plans even more, once their new north runway opens up.

But with regulators recommending a reduction in Dublin airport’s fees, their projects funding could be cast into doubt.

Dalton Phillips, chief executive with DAA joins me now to tell us more.


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